Friday, May 11, 2007

China blocking Brahmaputra waters good for India : CBCNN

CBCNN explains why electrification of every village in China is beneficial to India. CBCNN urges us to ignore the desertification of North India for the greater good. Hail China!!!

Btw, this article was about some new Ministry's website.

The Hindu : National : No cause for alarm over China's reported plans: Soz

Union Water Resources Minister Saifuddin Soz on Thursday said there was no cause for alarm over reports on China's plans to construct a dam on the Brahmaputra.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Lessons in (pseudo)secularism:

Secularism 101

In his address to the rally, Narasimhan Ram, the editor in chief of the English-language daily, The Hindu, said, "The cartoons are a sacrilege under the name of freedom of expression."

Secularism 201

There is something terribly amiss about a social order that coerces a law-abiding 91-year-old artist, India's most celebrated painter, into leaving the country because of harassment by rank communalists and moral vigilantes. Surprisingly, instead of upholding the fundamental right to freedom of expression, some lower courts have been extraordinarily tolerant in entertaining the vexatious complaints.

Those who successfully complete the above lessons in the course, are eminently eligible for the award of the degree: B.S.(Secularism)

Lessons, coutesy: